Upcoming Local Events in Erewash

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News of upcoming local events and activities around the Erewash Area. To include details of your own event on this page, as well as on air, please email all the details to guide@erewashsound.com. (Service available FREE to all local non-profit organisations only).

Wed, 24/06/2020
A new venture has opened up in Ilkeston to collect donations for new properties which are being provided to house the homeless or clients needing supported living.
Tue, 02/06/2020
Volunteers from a locally based group for Fibromyalgia sufferers and their carers have been awarded an MBE - a Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
The Great Get Together
Fri, 19/06/2020 to Sun, 21/06/2020 - Ilkeston
A community in Erewash will be hosting a Queen’s tea party to help bring people together at the end of June. 
Thu, 30/04/2020 - St. Giles Church Hall, Church Drive, Sandiacre
Erewash Phoenix Choir has a new Musical Director.
Thu, 30/04/2020
The Long Eaton and District 50+ Forum has started a project to collect unwanted shoes which can then be sent to adults and children in this country and abroad.
Sat, 21/03/2020
Following the announcement of an initial £1m allocation earlier this week, complementing the Government’s coronavirus funding packages, the Derbyshire County Council Emergency Relief Fund for the county’s smallest businesses is now in place.
Fri, 29/11/2019
Parents, grandparents and adult siblings who have suffered a family bereavement can take advantage of support from a group which meets monthly in the Erewash borough.
Sandiacre Male Voice Choir
Mon, 21/10/2019 - Butt Street Methodist Hall, Sandiacre
The Sandiacre Male Voice Choise is working to recruit new members to add to their existing 30 strong membership but also to develop their relationship with the people of the area, both young and old.
The opening of the new railway footbridge over the Midland Main Line will give visitors and local people much improved access to the magnificent 19th century wrought iron Bennerley Viaduct. The footpath from the Erewash Canal to the viaduct is now open, enabling visitors to access and appreciate the longest wrought iron viaduct in the British Isles.
The 21st Ilkeston Scout Group and are based at the Kirk-Hallam Community Hall.   Three sections are run by the Group: Beavers: Ages 6 to 8 – Thursday 6:00 until 7:00 Cubs: Ages 8 to 10.5 – Monday 6:15 until 7:45 Scouts: Ages 10.5 to 14 – Thursday 7:30 until 9:30